Pastor Sarah

Rev. Sarah B. Linn has 20 years of experience in international Christian relief and development in over a dozen countries. From 2003-2009, she lived and worked in the Republic of Yemen, studying Arabic and starting a network of adult vocational training centers. 

She received her M.Div degree from Fuller Theological Seminary, having completed the bulk of her studies at Fuller's Colorado Springs campus. She is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Ministry program at Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, OK.

After returning from Yemen, Sarah was ordained by the Presbyterian Church (USA) and served a congregation in SE Michigan for almost 4 years before moving to Creede in 2017.

Wed. Word - Aug. 17

Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that.

Hate cannot drive out hate. Only love can do that.

-- Martin Luther King, Jr.


Ever feel overwhelmed by how messed up the world is? You’re not the only one! The prophet Jeremiah ministered during some of the darkest times in scripture. Leading up to the fall of Jerusalem and the destruction of Solomon’s temple (c. 626 to 587 BC), he confronted idolatry and called the people to proper devotion. His courageous and creative ministry remains a model for those seeking to enact God’s life-giving care.


Perhaps Jeremiah’s experience will help us face the social upheaval and corruption of our own day without losing heart. For the next nine weeks, we will explore the life and ministry of Jeremiah through a series we’re calling “Faithfulness in Hard Times.” We begin this week by reading Jeremiah 1:4-10 and 4:1-10.


See you on Sunday,